The Danish People's Party,
Former Member of the Folketing, The Danish People's Party
Tina Petersen, born December 16th 1965 in Malmø, Sverige, daughter of specialist shipbuilder Helge Otto Mortensen and verger Ann-Marie Mortensen. Mother of Micki and Maria.
Former spokeswoman for development aid. Former member of the Finance Committee, the Foreign Affairs Committee, the Social Services Committee and the Energy Policy Committee.
Co-founder of the Young Danish People's Party (DFU) in 1995. Member of the central board of DFU 1995-1999. Co-founder of the local association of the Danish People's Party in Svendborg 1995. Member of the management committee of the local association of the Danish People's Party in Svendborg 1995-2003 and of the county management committee of the Danish People's Party in Funen County 1995-1997 and from 1999. Member of Svendborg Town Council 1998-2001. Member of Funen County Council 2002-2005, member of the County Council's IT Committee, Education and Cultural Affairs Committee. Chairwoman of 'Forum For Fyns Amts Folkevalgte' (Forum for Elected Representatives in Funen County) (under DF) 2003. Chairwoman of the Danish People's Party's Association of County Councils 2003-2005. Group chairwoman of the Danish People's Party's county council group. Appointed by the Ministry of Social Affairs to the Social Appeals Board via the Association of County Councils in Denmark.
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